The first day
After a stop at the Isthmus of Corinth, will visit the port of
Kechrion from where Apostle Paul traveled to Ephesus and then will head to
Epidaurus, birthplace of Asclepius, with the unique theater with great
acoustics that is widely used to this day. Afterwards, we will head to Nafplio
and from there to Mycenae, one of the most important cities monuments of
Greek civilization. In part that ruled the Agamemnonas, the Commander-in-Chief
of the Trojan War, we will have the opportunity to admire a multitude of
exhibits and monuments that have survived as well as the local cuisine before our
overnight in Olympia.
The second day
We'll start with the exploration of Olympia, the city were the Olympic Games took
place, having the ability to link the past with the present and admiring
important monuments as the ancient Stadium and the Museum. Then, after lunch in
the area,we will head to Delphi for night, after crossing the bridge of
Rio-Antirio, a modern construction miracle.
The third day
We will wander in Delphi, the navel of the world by the ancient Greeks, with
Oracle and the Temple of Apollo to stand out and attractions such as the local
theater and Stage to the frame. There we will enjoy our meal and we will head
towards Kalambaka where we will spend the night.
The fourth day
We visit the Meteora region recognized by the UNESCO as a world heritage site
and in particular two of the dozens of monasteries, built on steep cliffs,
forming a unique impressive sight. After our lunch, on the way back to Athens,
we will make a stop at Thermopylae, where Leonidas with 300 heroic Spartans
sacrificed his opposite in supernumerary Persian army of Xerxes.